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They say all politics is local, and nearly 80 students at the Kickemuit Middle School took their issues to the Rhode Island state house last Monday for a civics lesson with lawmakers from across the … more
NEWPORT — It’s been a good year for the Aquidneck Island Robotics FIRST Robotics Competition Team 78, AIR STRIKE. Comprised of 25 high school students from 13 schools across Rhode … more
Bristol County Water Authority officials are going on a theory that an earthquake may have caused the break in the authority's Cross Bay Pipeline, which has been leaking approximately 288,000 gallons … more
As the Cross Bay Pipeline continues to leak as much as 300,000 gallons of water a day from deep under the Providence River, Bristol County Water Authority officials said Monday night that with or … more
Monday, May 13 Mail was reported stolen out of a mailbox on Child Street. Rescue crews tended to a man on Birchswamp Road who cut his arm with a circular saw. A social worker at the … more
The Bristol Warren Education Association, Superintendent Mario Andrade and School Committee Chairperson Erin Schofield announced Wednesday afternoon that they have signed two Memoranda of … more
Mr. Chicken is coming to Warren, but that doesn’t begin to tell the story of what Humberto Correia will offer when he opens his restaurant in the former Simone’s at 275 Child St. in late … more
Crews hired by the Bristol County Water Authority have abandoned their digging in search of a leak in the BCWA's cross bay pipeline, and are now looking at whether the leaky pipe can be lined instead … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys’ lacrosse team improved its record to 10-0 in Division II after defeating Mt. Hope at home Friday, 13-9. Freshman Jack Cianciolo … more
Three of the most accomplished scholar-athletes in the history of Mt. Hope High School will be on their way to the Senior National High School Gymnastics Championships in Ft. Meyers, Fla., May 17 and … more
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